Library of language analyzers
The FreeLing package consists of a library providing language analysis services. FreeLing is designed to be used as an external library from any application requiring Natural Language Processing services (machine translators, intelligent web searchers, automatic summarizers, NL interfaces, etc.) Also, a simple main program is also provided as a basic interface to the library, which enables the user to analyze text files from the command line. Current version analyzes text in English, Spanish, Catalan, Galician, and Italian. New languages can be easily added if linguistic data are available.
- Text tokenization
- Sentence splitting.
- Morphological analysis.
- Named entity detection.
- Date/number/currency/ratios recognition.
- Physical magnitudes detection (speed, weight, temperature, density, etc.)
- PoS tagging.
- Named entity classification.
- Chart-based shallow parsing.
- WordNet based sense annotation
- Dependency parsing.
DocumentationUser Manual in pdf and html at http://garraf.epsevg.upc.es/freeling/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=18&Itemid=47
released on 15 May 2016
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